Why so few Automatic Agila's?

Discussion in 'Agila' started by Rob, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. Rob

    Rob Guest

    Hi there,
    I have been looking around for a used Vauxhall Agila or the
    Suzuki equivelent which has an AUTOMATIC transmission. There do not seem to
    be many around so I wondered why? I guess one of the following

    1. Nobody bothers with auto transmission on small cars?
    2. The Agila auto transmission is poor in operation?
    3.The Agila AT is unreliable so people steer clear of it?
    4.The Agila AT is so brilliant that no one ever wants to sell their car?
    5.The Agila manual transmission is so good that nobody needs an AT?
    Any advice please? Comments especially welcome from Agila drivers

    Rob, Jan 5, 2005
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  2. Rob

    Alan Guest

    You say there aren't many automatic Agilas out there but that is hardly
    surprising - Vauxhall never made an auto Agila!

    There is definitely a market for it but it is a low volume car and I
    suspect it was not econmically viable to out an auto box in it.

    Alan, Jan 5, 2005
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